Metals and Melting practices - alloy,blowing,carbon monoxide, Mechanical Engineering

Metals and Melting Practices - Alloy,Blowing,Carbon Monoxide

Alloy: Usually a mixture of metals but steel is an alloy that has some non-metals, especially carbon.

Blowing: An operation in which a gas, frequently oxygen, is blown into the furnace.

Carbon Monoxide: A toxic flammable gas, formula CO. The gaseous reducing agent that decrease iron ore in the Blast Furnace.

 

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